Some Israeli security officials quietly expressed "concern" about an adviser to Sen. Barack Obama (Robert Malley, a principal Obama foreign policy adviser who penned numerous opinion articles, many of them co-written with a former adviser to the late Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat, petitioning for dialogue with Hamas and blasting Israel for numerous policies he says harm the Palestinian cause) and has advocated negotiations with Hamas and providing international assistance to the terrorist group. I don't blame Israel for being concerned, because the United States does not need an anti-semitic president or a president who will negotiate with terrorists. From WND, via Canadian Sentinel, who says:
If elected President, would Obama pursue anti-Israel/anti-Semite policies? One must ask. After all, Obama's own pastor is known for his praise of the anti-Semitic, racist, Islamosupremacist-imperialist leader of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, such praise not being denounced by Obama.
Indeed, if Obama is elected, do the voters know what they will be getting?
* a Washington administration staffed by former aides to Bill and Hillary Clinton
* a U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq but are likely to get U.S. and UN military intervention in other areas of the world, supposedly on humanitarian grounds? Under a Democrat Administration, the U.S. might have more wars on its hands.
* Susan Rice, a key foreign policy adviser to Obama who frequently appears on television on his behalf, has been a major proponent of U.S. military action in Darfur, ... She views military intervention in Darfur in the context of exercising the “Responsibility to Protect.” This is a doctrine approved by the United Nations in 2005 that authorizes military forces to interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign states. Obama has said he favors a UN or a NATO force in Darfur. (morehttp://www.familysecuritymatters.org/global.php?id=1386416)
Nation of Islam, Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, et al are all birds of a feather, anti-Israel, and either pro-terrorist or actually terrorists themselves. With the Palestinians flowing into Egypt now, the pro-terrorist media around the world AND Egypt's main Islamist party and other opposition groups are strengthening their appeal by using images of desperate Palestinians streaming out of the Gaza Strip -- political theater punctuated with dangerous rhetoric.
Iranian Newspapers are encouraging Muslims to kill Westerners or anyone who supports Israel.
In a January 26 op-ed in the Iranian daily Kayhan, the paper's editor, Hossein Shariatmadari, who is close to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, called on Muslims to unite in a retaliatory attack on American, European, and Israeli "sensitive centers" because of "the war crimes that these countries are committing in the Gaza Strip" and because of their support for Israel.
And why is one of America’s top television broadcasting companies using media products produced by an ally of Hezbollah?
... And we’re not sure if there is – or was temporarily – an agreement between ABC and OTV to use OTV’s footage. But agreement or not, using media products developed by OTV is lending public legitimacy to a company with very close ties to international terrorists. (more)Tampa Web Company Hosted Site Called Vital To al Qaeda
A computer program that is said to give al-Qaeda greater communications capabilities, hosted on what some consider “arguably” the most significant al-Qaeda Web site, was hosted until this morning by a Tampa company in the same building as the United States attorney’s office.
President Bush begged the Saudi leaders to drop the price of oil, the Saudis offered to discuss the issue only if the President would promise a waiver of visas for Saudi students, something that Americans of all political parties would find unacceptable, given the fact that 17 of the 9/11 terrorist hijackers hailed from the oil kingdom. Well screw that offer. What we need to do is stop the influx of students from terror supporting countries.
In Pakistan, Pakistani general says "These people are not our enemies. ... These people have been misguided" -- Tell that to the mothers, wives, children, husbands of their victims. How can we expect the Pakistanis to track down terrorists when they won't even CALL them terrorists, and when they make deals and treaties with them? We can't! They seem to enjoy kidnapping children from schools, that's the kind of people they call 'misunderstood'.
Also in Pakistan we have Baitullah Mehsud - The Man More Dangerous Than Osama bin Laden (The Blotter and US News
Baitullah Mehsud is the chosen leader of a militant coalition known as the Taliban Movement of Pakistan. A collection of 26 groups that have come together to battle the Pakistani army.
During a 25-minute sit-down with al Jazeera, Mehsud, the man Pakistan blames for killing former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, claims he is fighting a “defensive” jihad with the goal to destroy the White House, New York and London.
On to Afghanistan: The battle to remove the Taliban was one of the first priorities of Operation Enduring Freedom (initially called Operation Infinite Justice) when it was launched in September 2001, following the attacks of 9/11. ... There are few signs that the fighting will diminish. The Taliban insurgents are already planning a spring offensive to match the one they mounted in 2007.
Australia’s racial vilification laws, along with the entire “multiculturalism” industry, worked together to keep the growing debacle concealed from public scrutiny.
The United States said Monday it was “troubling” that China’s weapons systems capability exceeded the level Beijing defined as necessary for self-defence.
Should the US be concerned about NATO, it's declining usefulness and potential changed needed? And what will this help or hinder the fight against terrorism?
Fake bombs are still getting through TSA inspections.
In other news, Kennedy endorsement of Obama possibly kiss of death; a record turnout is expected in Florida; Billary is still campaigning in spite of Democrats objections -- it's embarassing; and a terrorist admits to his wicked plot:
Parviz Khan, the UK Muslim charged with planning to kidnap a British soldier, hack off his head, and distribute the video of the murder on the internet, has admitted to the plot. And Reuters tries to cast it as a case of aggression against Muslims, with one of their patented Orwellian headlines: Briton admits plot to behead Muslim soldier.
Last but not least, In year seven of the war against the United States, however, President Bush did not even name the enemy in his State of the Union Speech. Very sad. I kept yelling at the TV, "Call them what they are, say it, go on say it, ISLAMIC TERRORISTS !!! But nope.
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